Speaker Line-Up – Suppliers’ Day 2018
Join us on Thursday 23 August at Villa Maria to hear our outstanding line-up of presenters.
Here’s a brief snapshot of topics and presenters to whet your appetite….
IMCD will be providing two presenters:-
Marie Garnich, Director of Strategic Sales & Territory Development, Balchem HNP, will present on Vitacholine and TRAACS Chelated minerals – formulating with the best to ensure the best for the consumer.
Julie Thomas, Business Unit Manager – Food and Filtration, IMCD will be presenting on Cavamax – Amazing versatility! – Made by enzymatic conversion of starch, Cavamax is produced in a patented process from renewable raw materials. It is a dynamic multi-functional ingredient used for its emulsification properties, ability to mask undesirable odours & flavours and stabilisation of volatile components.
Trudy Ringrose, Business Manager, Nutrition, Chemiplas (NZ) Ltd will present on Nubana – Green Banana Flour and Resistant Starch.
Conor O’Malley and Morgan Young of DSM Nutritional Products will be sharing their efforts towards sustainability through projects within human nutrition, animal nutrition and their materials business.
Jaime Wallace, National Account Manager, A S Harrison will present on the topic Are fermentation and cryo-extraction processes old, innovative or both?
Robert Forbes, Director, RFA Regulatory Affairs, Australia will update us on Australian complementary medicine reforms. This presentation covers recent changes to the regulatory requirements for complementary medicines (AUST L products) in Australia.
The following two presentations are provided by Ingredients Plus:-
Eric Meppem, Co-founder / Commercial Director, Pharmako Biotechnologies, Australia, is presenting on the topic Delivery systems for nutraceuticals, Australian innovations providing unique solutions for enhanced bioavailability and improved functionality for lipophilic nutrients.
Dr Jennifer Gu, VP of Research and Development at AIDP will present Magtein and discuss research findings suggesting that an increase in brain magnesium enhances both short-term synaptic facilitation and long-term potentiation and improves learning and memory functions.